KLFW RTW Day 4: Tsyahmi, Tarik Jeans, Schmiley Mo, Afiq M, Ezzati Amira & More

Discover what went down at Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready-to-Wear 2017 Day 4 as we bring you the latest looks from the runway by Tsyahmi, Tarik Jeans, Schmiley Mo, Afiq M, Ezzati Amira, Jonathan Liang and more.


CEO of Tune Talk, Jason Lo cutting Tune Talk’s 8th Anniversary cake with KLFW RTW Founder, Mr Andrew Tan
Female trio De Fam performed some of their hit singles and a cover of Calvin Harris’ “How Deep Is Your Love” for Tune Talk’s 8th Anniversary Celebration


Cute prints and colour galore come to full effect at ZSAY where Harajuku eccentricity work in harmony with funky doodles, transporting us back to the ’90s. Needless to say, their playfulness is a refreshing breath of fresh air.

Kit Woo

Lavishly mixing inventive tailoring and modern cuts, Kit Woo hits the mark with exposed intricate handiwork and frayed edges. Monstrous over-coat with distinctive industrial elements steal the show and Kit Woo just proved through its ruggedized collection that imperfection is perfection.

Schmiley Mo

Schmiley Mo is a-buzz with the their new collection ‘Busy Bee’. The pieces are more relaxed and toned down this time around, resulting in laid-back downtime wardrobe consisting of ringer tee, striped shirt, mesh cardigan adorned with bees and more.


Boys’ dressing game just got an upgrade thanks to CMDI’s pieces fitting for those who dare to be different. With its unique point of view, CMDI brings trendy men’s staples with just the right amount of fun.

Ezzati Amira

Infused with modern edge and timeless silhouettes, Ezzati Amira defines urban contemporary by seamlessly blending clear-cut styles with clean textures which are dedicated for the chic women with a sophisticated image.

Jonathan Liang

Dainty florals and frills are in full bloom at Jonathan Liang’s romantic garden. Designed with ornate elagance, we’re crushing hard on the floral appliqued separates.

Tarik Jeans

Inspired by an ancient toponym called Suvarṇabhūmi (which means “Land of Gold” in Sanskrit), the ‘Nusa Bencana’ Collection retain the label’s rock-n-roll spirit where street edge fuses with Malaya flavour. Truly, a collection fit for a rock star.


Go big or go home. Tsyahmi shines on with clever use of glossy PVC in an homage to ’80s glam fetish starring key pieces like deconstructed voluminous sleeves and long outerwear. The lineup also referenced Charles James’ breathtaking ball gowns rendered in modernized peplum top.

Afiq M

Strong shoulder and high-slit dresses reigned supreme in female-flattering form at Afiq M’s latest collection. Playing to the brand’s hard-edged romanticism appeal, headline pieces include gingham pantsuit, metallic plastic fringe skirt, denim dress with tulle hemline and more.

Nadia Marni

Ideal for black-tie soirees, Nadia Marni’s stunning eveningwear collection evokes subtle splendour as exemplified through its ladylike silhouettes and exquisite fabrics.

Syomirizwa Gupta

Eye-catching prints are all the rage at Syomirizwa Gupta as the designer puts out statement-making creations like checkered high shoulder blazer with a hood, long batik dress and others (featuring batik selections by Oniatta Effendi).

Sazzy Falak

Designed for a diverse set of women, Sazzy Falak’s inSFiring collection encourages women to ‘Find Your Fire’ with its go-to pieces that will transition you from day to night.

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